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Speeding up a Domino server

Hello, Maureen. My Domino server is a Pentium II. The C: drive has 3.9 GB free. The major problem is that the server is too slow. How can I speed it up?
This is an older machine, and particularly newer versions of Domino won't be able to perform as well on it as they could on a newer machine. Try checking notesbench.org to check some of the old performance and configuration information to see how the hardware vendors had their servers configured and how many users could be supported under ideal conditions. To get more realistic values, divide by 3.

You may want to pay special attention to memory -- perhaps adding more memory to the machine would help, a solution that would be cheaper than a new machine.

This was last published in August 2003

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